Nerdy Babies: Space
ISBN: 1250312051
EAN13: 9781250312051
Language: English
Release Date: May 7, 2019
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 1" H x 6.5" L x 6.5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Nerdy Babies is a new series that will ignite curiosity in even the youngest readers and encourage them to ask questions and explore the world around them.

In Nerdy Babies: Space, follow our intrepid infants into the great unknown. Check out the moon and the sun and all the planets in our solar system. Plus, learn about gravity and orbits in this simple text written in question and answer format.

With bright artwork by Emmy Kastner, this will be a book that the very littlest nerds will want to return to again and again.

Stay curious. There's more to learn about everything

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Book Reviews (12)

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5
   Three year old loves it
The book is very cute :
 
3
   Cute, but Physics Needs a Fact Check
But the authors should have checked some of the things about gravity and the number of planets in the solar system. In fact, there is gravity in space. The reason why astronauts are float is that they are in orbit around the Earth. Gravity keeps the spacecraft in orbit. Moreover, Pluto is not technically a planet.
 
5
   Best book series
The books are well made ; board books are the best for little hands! The author does a great job illustrating the books and I love the story line - education provided. He is only 6 months old now, but I read him the 4 books in this series on a regular basis. I even learned a few things from them. I can 't wait until the next two come out in the series. I will buy them definitely!
 
3
   A Good Space Intro for toddlers
I received this book as a birthday present for my 2 year old niece. She really likes to learn new things and I wanted to teach her about the solar system. I liked how this book was very cool with factual tidbits for kids. The entire book has inclusive astronauts that were all kid so that she could imagine herself in space. The reason I gave it 3 stars is that the book arrived damaged probably during the shipping with the top right corner. Im not sure how long the book will hold if it can be mushed while in transit. My niece treats books very nicely, so that she will be able to have it for a long time.
 
3
   Informative and mature, 18 month old not interested
Book Cute : In my opinion, an older child would benefit from this book. My 18 month old baby prefers Astronaut from the Baby Scientist series, he brings this book to read to him every single morning. I bought the Nerdy Babies Space book so that he could have some variety, but he has no interest in it.
 
5
   We love this book!
My 2 year old daughter recently became really interested in space and planets. We decided to buy it for her. She loves reading this book and tells children an adequate amount of information about space. She also likes to read it to her little sister. If your children are interested in space, it is a good book to start with.
 
3
   Lacked story was very fact based
Book cute, but lacked history. This story is intended for babies based on the title, but I would aim for the preschoolernest grade. My 2 yr old didn 't want to sit and listen to facts about the planets and the solar system. While the facts were interesting, it did not go with the recommended age for the book.
 
5
   Cute and informative book
The illustrations are also bright and colorful. I like that the author clarified that Pluto is no longer considered a planet. Good book to introduce a toddler to space and planets.
 
5
   Cute and informative book for babies
I bought it for my 10-month-old baby and he likes to turn the pages and scratch them. He likes black background and has great info to teach them. He seems to pay good attention to reading on each page and seems entertained.
 
5
   Perfect addition for any child’s library
They are filled with fun facts for both children and adults. Plus, the illustrations are adorable. It is the perfect addition to any library of a child.
 
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